Wayne Rooney was back playing in Everton colours again, as the Manchester United forward featured in Duncan Ferguson's testimonial at Goodison Park on Sunday.
Rooney was pencilled in for the match a few weeks ago, and the England international came on in the final 15 minutes wearing the No.18 shirt for Everton, in the game against Villarreal.
The Spanish club went on to win the match 2-1, but the result mattered little as Ferguson was given a rousing ovation by the Goodison faithful, with Rooney also getting a standing ovation as he came on for former Manchester United teammate and new Everton recruit Tom Cleverley.
"I didn't know what to expect with the reception, but the fans were great," Rooney, who moved to Manchester United in 2004, told Everton TV.
"I really appreciated it. More importantly it was a big day for Duncan. I said to him before the game that it was the most nervous I had seen him."
Ferguson came on in the 83rd minute, with current Everton manager Roberto Martinez paying tribute to the big striker.
"Duncan is an incredible example for us," Martinez said. "He gave us his presence and the sheer feeling that something was going to happen. I knew we were going to win the period that he was on the pitch.
"He wasn't training at all apart from the last couple of days, in which he looked fitter than ever. He gave us great guidance going into the season. It was a special presence to have him on the pitch.
"It was a proper Evertonian celebration. The reason we are involved in football is to create memories and to have them to share with our fans. Today we created a special Everton moment."
Below, watch videos of Wayne Rooney's moments in the Duncan Ferguson testimonial, some highlights from the match as well as Rooney's reaction after his day out at Goodison.